A review of the history of MSA progression and research has been published in the renowned New England Journal of Medicine. This is coming on the heels of the several good works that Prof. Gregor K. Wenning has put in for Multiple System Atrophy (MSA).
Dr. Wenning's 20 years-plus experience in the passionate pursuit of a cure for MSA is nothing short of laudaible. with an excess of 200 papers till date, he is credited to have published more than any other researcher in the field.
In 2014, Dr. Wenning and Alessandra Fanciulli, MD., of Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, co-authored what happens to be the first medical text book on Multiple System Atrophy, which promptly led to the New England Journal of Medicine inviting Dr. Wenning and Dr. Fanciulli to submit a review article.
Reacting to this milestone, Pam Bower, MSA Advocate extraordinaire and Secretary- Board of Directors of the MSA Coalition says "To have an article on Multiple System Atrophy appear in the most widely read medical journal in the world is a culmination of many years of hard work by Dr. Wenning and a dream come true for advocates working to bring awareness to this disease that has no treatment and is always fatal.. A copy of the New England Journal of Medicine sits in every doctor's office in the US and around the world. the level of exposure for this rare disease among the medical community is unprecendented."
Professor Wenning is indeed an asset to the MSA community. A medical doctor, scientific researcher and educator. He is an internationally known expert on Multiple System Atrophy and cordinates the only dedicated MSA lab in the world which primarily focuses on finding a cure for MSA.
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